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    Emerson well represented at writing conference

    There will be a strong Emerson presence March 6-9 at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference in Boston.  

  • Randolph

    Randolph releases novel

    Ladette Randolph, editor-in-chief of the Emerson-based Ploughshares literary journal, has released a new fiction book, Haven's Wake.

  • Witman

    Student takes aim at 'voicemail hell'

    Frank Kelleher '13 interviewed a disabled Rhode Island doctor about "voicemail hell," which is when disabled people cannot end phone calls. The video was shown at the widely-popular TED 2013 Conference in California on March 1.

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    Emerson basks in Oscar ceremony

    Hearin Ko '15 won a film contest to be an on-stage usher at the 2013 Oscars, while David Magee, Jane and Terry Semel Chair of Screenwriting, was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for a movie he wrote, Life of Pi.

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    Ko '15 back to Emerson after Oscars

      After living it up among the glitz and glamour of Hollywood the past several days—capped with being onstage at the 85th annual Academy Awards—Hearin Ko ’15 has already boarded a plane and will be back in class February 26.

  • Hearin Ko

    Film student gracing Oscar stage

    An Emerson student filmmaker will be on stage at the Academy Awards this Sunday, February 24, after beating out more than 1,000 other college students who vied for the honor in a video contest.

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    Student writes for 'Archer'

    Tesha Kondrat ’13 co-wrote an episode of Archer that aired February 7 on FX.

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    NESN airs students' Fenway documentary

    Four Emerson students produced Brick by Brick: Stories of Fenway Park, which is airing on NESN.

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